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# Fractions - Ordering Fractions Game

Amber from TGIF
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3rd - 5th
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1. Students can have FUN while mastering fractions (Identifying, Comparing, Ordering, Equivalent and as Whole Numbers)- These task cards, puzzles, matching cards, games/game boards and flash cards help you make the concept of fractions come alive to your students. Individual, partner, and group activi
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2. These Third Grade Math Centers include games, activities, and sorts for your 3rd grade math classroom that will keep your students engaged and can easily be differentiated. Topics included in these math centers are: place value, number sense, addition with and without regrouping, graphs, charts, lin
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### Description

Ordering (and comparing) fractions is something that every student needs a lot of practice with. This game was created for my students to use in their math centers just for this reason. Two to four players can play this game at the same time.

DIRECTIONS: Each player takes turns drawing 3 cards out of a container (I just use a cup) while looking only at only the number side. The player should lay them down in what they think is least to greatest order. Now flip the cards over to reveal the fraction picture and check the answer. If the answer is correct, (least to greatest), they roll the dice and move that many spaces on the game board. Now it’s the next player’s turn to draw 3 cards. If the answer is wrong, the player does not move and it now becomes the next player’s turn to draw 3 cards.

Empty food bowl - When you roll and land on the empty food bowl, you must go back one paw.

“Bone”us - When you roll and land on the “Bone”us space, you get to move ahead two more paws!

The first player to reach home is declared the winner.

Included:

36 fraction (number) cards

36 fraction (picture) cards - to print on the back of the number cards

Dog-themed game board

Directions for students

Tips for Teachers sheet

All you need to add is a dice, player pawns and a container for the fraction cards that are included in this game.

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Compare two fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator by reasoning about their size. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two fractions refer to the same whole. Record the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, or <, and justify the conclusions, e.g., by using a visual fraction model.